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American Journal of Business Education

2010 Volume 3, Number 12

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Number of articles: 4

  1. A Logistic Approach to Predicting Student Success in Online Database Courses

    George Garman

    This paper examines the affects of reading comprehension on the performance of online students in a beginning database management class. Reading comprehension is measured by the results of a Cloze ... More

    pp. 1-6

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  2. The Use of Deep Learning Strategies in Online Business Courses to Impact Student Retention

    Pam Jones DeLotell, Loretta A. Millam & Michelle M. Reinhardt

    Interest, application and understanding--these are key elements in successful online classroom experiences and all part of what is commonly referred to as deep learning. Deep learning occurs when... More

    pp. 49-56

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  3. Learning Effectiveness Using Different Teaching Modalities

    Norman E. Carrol & Molly Burke

    There is much discussion about whether online instruction is as effective as face-to-face instruction. To address this question, a comparative study was made of two sections of an MBA... More

    pp. 65-76

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  4. Developing and Implementing an Undergraduate Finance Capstone Course for Both Onground and Online Course Delivery

    Linda S. Wiechowski

    Capstone courses provide an opportunity to integrate several topics and to help prepare students for the real world. This paper examines the process of developing an undergraduate finance capstone ... More

    pp. 87-94

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